All Khmer Temples in Cambodia

In Cambodia, there are a lot of temples and thousand ruins through
the country. So we classified all temples from a to z as below:

Ak Yum *
Angkor Wat *****
Angkor Thom ***
Bakong **
Baksei Chamkrong *
Banteay Chhmar *
Banteay Kdei **
Banteay Prei *
Banteay Prei Nokor *
Banteay Samre *
Banteay Srei ***
Banteay Thom *
Banteay Torp *
Baphuon **
Ba Phnom *
Budhist Temples *
Bat Chum *
Bayon ****
Beng Mealea **
Beng Thom *
Chau Say Tevoda *
East Baray *
East Mebon **
Kas Ho *
Kapilapura *
Kbal Spean *
Kleangs (North and South) *
Koh Ker **
Koh Chhuk *
Krol Ko *
Krol Romeas *
Kuk Roka *
Kutisvara *
Leak Nean (Pre Rup) *
Leak Nean (Ta Keo) *
Lolei *
Lovea Village *
Mangalartha *
Monument 486 *
Neak Pean **
Phimeanakas **
Phnom Bakheng ***
Phnom Bok *
Phnom Krom *
Phnom Da *
Phnom Kulen *
Prasat Bei *
Prasat Chrung *
Prasat Kravan *
Prasat Prei *
Prasat Pthu *
Prasat Suor Prat *
Prasat Tor *
Prasat Tonle Snguot *
Pre Rup **
Preah Einkosi *
Preah Khan ***
Preah Khan Kompong Svay *
Preah Ko *
Preah Palilay *
Preah Vihear ***
Preah Pithu Group *
Prei Khmeng *
Prei Monti *
Prei Prasat *
Roluos Group **
Rong Lmong *
Royal Palace *
Ruins in Puok *
Sambor Prei Kuk **
Small Ruin *
Spean Thma *
Srah Srang *
Ta Keo *
Ta Nei *
Ta Norei *
Ta Prohm ***
Ta Prohm Kel *
Ta Som **
Tep Pranam *
Terrace of Elephants **
Terrace of Leper King ***
Thma Bay Kaek *
Thommanon **
Top Pre Rup *
Top Ta Keo *
Tram Neak *
Trapeang Daunmea *
Trapeang Pong *
Trapeang Totung Thngai *
Vat Athvea *
West Baray *
West Mebon *


Preah Vihear

Preah Vihear

Constructed : Early 10th century.
Religion : Hindu (god Shiva)
Style : Banteay Srei
King : Suryavarman I & II ★ 1002 -1050 ★
Location : In Svay Chrum Village, Kan Tout Commune, Choam Khsant District of Preah Vihear province of northern Cambodia. The temple is 140 km from Angkor Wat and 320 km from Phnom Penh.
Comment : Construction of the first temple on the site began in the early 9th century; both then and in the following centuries it was dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva in his manifestations as the mountain gods Sikharesvara and Bhadresvara.

Angkor Wat

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Constructed : Early or Mid 12th century, between 1113-1150
Religion : Hindu
Style : Angkor Wat
King : Suryavarman II   ★ 1113 – 1150 ★
Location : On the small circuit.
Comment : There are few places anywhere on earth to match the splendor of Angkor Wat that is one of the largest monuments to religion ever built and is truly one the wonders of the world.

Believed to have been constructed as a temple and mausoleum for King Suryavarman II at the peak of the Khmer empire in the first half of the 12th century, Angkor Wat is probably the best-preserved of the Angkorean temples.

Banteay Srei – Women’s Citadel

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Constructed : Late 10th century – 967
Religion: Hindu
Style : Banteay Srei
King : Rajendravarman II   ★ 944 – 968 ★     &     Jayavarman V   ★ 968 – 1001 ★
Location : At 37 km in North East of Siem Reap, and about 20 km from the large circuit, the road of Banteay Srei is very practicable and now indicated well.
Comment : Jewel of Khmer art, this temple with restricted dimensions is well outside the whole of Angkor, in a zone still difficult of access a short time ago, which explains its relatively late discovery and its restoration which intervened only after the complete release in 1924.

Bayon Buddha Temple in Late 12th Century

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About Bayon Temple

Constructed : Late 12 th century
Religion: Buddhism
Style : Bayon
King : Jayavarman VII   ★ 1181 – 1218 ★
Detail : Only the gallery circumference 1,200m total height 43m 54 towers.
Location : Center of Angkor Thom, 1500m in the north of the Southern Gate.
Comment : In the heart of Angkor Thom lies the beautiful Bayon temple. Bayon was built about a century after Angkor Wat. Bayon is unlike most of the other temples; no walls surround the terrain, and the style is Buddhist. The more than 200 large faces carved on the 54 towers are believed to depict the god Loki, or Avalokitesvara, or the Buddha King, or a mixture of the portrait of the Buddha and the King Jayavarman VII, but opinions differ. For many architectural and symbolic details a fitting explanation still has to be found. There are also some significant changes in style which leads archeologists to believe that the Bayon was built over a long period of time.

Angkor Thom

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Angkor Thom Constructed : Late 12th/Early 13th century
Religion: Buddhism
Style : Bayon
King : Jayavarman VII   ★ 1181 – 1218 ★
Location : Angkor Thom located just 1.7 km in the North of Angkor Wat, a gigantic unit that one cannot miss, would not be this that because of the gate of entry and the bridge which precedes it. In the order, Angkor Wat, Ta Phrom Kel, Phnom Bakheng, Baksei Chamkrong, Prasat Bei and South Gate of Angkor Thom.
Comment : Angkor Thom (large Angkor ) is a royal city of 10 Km² surrounded by walls and ditches. There still, a book would not be enough to describe all the richness of this unit. The tourists in a hurry will cross the site in less than one hour, but those which are interested a little in this style of construction can largely envisage a half day on the spot! When Jayavarman VII started the construction of Large Angkor, Baphuon and Phimeanakas existed already but had been devastated by Chams.

Ta Prohm

Ta Prohm

Constructed : Late 12th/Early 13th century – 1186
Religion: Buddhism
Style : Bayon
King : Jayavarman VII   ★ 1181 – 1218 ★
Location : On the large circuit, just beside Banteay Kdei. East of Angkor Thom.
Comment : Ta Prohm temple is certainly one of most impressive, if not most impressive of all the temples of the site of Angkor . It was to be in its time a gigantic monastic city and when you enter by the Est gate, while moving through this splendid forest towards the temple itself, it is necessary to imagine that you cross an active city of many people where houses, made light materials entirely disappeared with Time. Inscriptions indicate that 80.000 people worked at the service of this monastery and inter alias the monks used 5 tons of gold plate! Ta Phrom forms part of the last generation of Angkorian temples, on only one level, surrounded by many galleries. You will be immediately impressed by the number, the size and the quality of the still intact galleries.

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